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Visual Complexity: Mapping Patterns for the Information Age
Visual Complexity: Mapping Patterns for the Information Age

What the basis of Buddhism has to do with Jack Kerouac, poverty in Italy and Alice in Wonderland.

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Obsessive Consumption: Life in a Material World, Illustrated
Obsessive Consumption: Life in a Material World, Illustrated

How a visual record of consumerism is paving the way for mindful consumption.

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Creative Cartography: 7 Magnificent Books on Maps
Creative Cartography: 7 Magnificent Books on Maps

From tattoos to Thomas More’s Utopia, or what Moby Dick has to do with the nature of time.

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Analog Books to Die For: Five Fantastic Die-Cut Books
Analog Books to Die For: Five Fantastic Die-Cut Books

What cutting-edge digital culture has to do with an unmakeable book, lasers, and Sherlock Holmes.

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In The Wilds: Illustrating the Charm of the Countryside
In The Wilds: Illustrating the Charm of the Countryside

An antidote to urbanity by way of bails of hay, or what Irish quasi-postmen have to do with art.

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FORM+CODE: Eye & Brain Candy for the Digital Age
FORM+CODE: Eye & Brain Candy for the Digital Age

Computational aesthetics, or what typography has to do with Yoko Ono and Richard Dawkins.

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